Cheddar Proclaims Vision for Ghana: ‘I am the new IMF’

Businessman and founder of the New Force organization, Nana Kwame Bediako, widely known as Cheddar, confidently positioned himself as the answer to Ghana’s economic challenges.

During an interview with Kwadwo Jantuah on Nhyira FM’s ‘Kuro Yi Mu Nsem’ on Monday, March 18, 2024, Cheddar voiced deep dissatisfaction with the handling of Ghana’s economy throughout the years.

He condemned the nation’s reliance on foreign aid, stating that better management of Ghana’s plentiful natural resources could have made such assistance unnecessary.

Cheddar emphasized his personal success, explaining, “Although I made half a million outside Ghana, all the industrialisation and projects I have in my empire came from the resources I mobilised in this country.”

Addressing accusations of illegitimate means in amassing his wealth, Cheddar vehemently defended himself, emphasizing that “I don’t blame those who think I made my wealth from drugs and other vices. It is common in our part of the world that people believe you cannot make it with through hard work without politics and drugs.

He stressed the need for a shift in mindset to recognize the capabilities of the Black community in achieving success through legitimate means, stating, “This is why we need a change of mind and understand that the Black man is also capable. I know with time people will see who truly I am.”

As an aspirant for Ghana’s presidency, Cheddar outlined his comprehensive plans to uplift the living standards of Ghanaians and revitalize the economy. He expressed confidence in his ability to mobilize substantial revenue for the country, envisioning a future where seeking bailouts from international institutions like the IMF would become obsolete.

With a bold vision for Ghana’s economic prosperity, Cheddar stated, “I am the new IMF for Ghana if I can find a solution for Ghana to gain $10 billion to $30 billion within 4 years,” positioning himself as the harbinger of a new era of financial independence and self-sufficiency for the nation.

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